CRP Henri Tudor

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Claude Turmes and Janez Potočnik, during the conference-debate: «Économie circulaire et nouvelles formes de consommation. Stratégies européennes et perspectives luxembourgeoises» Oktober 20, 2014 at the CRP Henri-Tudor in Kirchberg, Luxembourg.

Coordinates: 49°29′58.24″N 5°59′11.62″E / 49.4995111°N 5.9865611°E / 49.4995111; 5.9865611The Public Research Centre Henri Tudor (or CRP Henri Tudor) is a Luxembourg-based research institute. Created in late 1987, in the framework of the Luxembourgish law of 9 March 1987 about public research, the CRP Henri Tudor took its name from Henri Owen Tudor, a famous Luxembourgish engineer.

CRP Henri Tudor's main mission was to contribute to the improvement and the strengthening of the innovation capacities of enterprises and public organizations. On 1 January 2015, the Public Research Centre Henri Tudor and the Public Research Center Gabriel Lippmann merged to form a new Research and Technology Organization (RTO), the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology.

Activities and services[edit]

Applied, experimental and doctoral research; development of tools, methods, labels, certifications and standards; technological assistance, consulting and watch services; knowledge and competence transfer; incubation of high-tech companies as well as training and high-level qualification were part of CRP Henri Tudor’s scope of activities.

Competence domains[edit]

With the signature of the Performance Contract 2008–2010 with the Luxembourgish State, CRP Henri Tudor’s activities were oriented towards five scientific and technological fields:

  • Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
  • Environmental Technologies
  • Health Care Technologies
  • Materials Technologies
  • Business Organisation and Management


Departments of the Public Research Centre Henri Tudor were:

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

  • Official website
  • "Force motrice. Histoire de la recherche publique à travers les 20 ans du CRP Henri Tudor". Force motrice. CRP Henri Tudor. 2008. ISBN 978-2-87954-203-4.